Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) just left and he is 100% sure V has auditory processing issues. So that is added to the other processing issues he has: visual-spatial and sensory. Now he is going to look into audiologist who would diagnosis him right away. He agrees that V needs help RIGHT AWAY. Finally someone who understand our desperate need for help. He said that no matter what, he will work with V 2x a week and find compensatory strategies. He mentioned visual clues, body position, lip reading, etc... He was shoked that the school has that "wait and see" approach. He thought that it was just plain cruel. V will not succeed in school without proper help NOW. He was not familiar with audio trainers, but said he will look into it. Warrrior moms: any good therapies and strategies I should mention our Speech Language Pathologist (SLP)?? I don't know if our Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) is the best expert in auditory processing, but he is the only person in the private sector. And he is more than willing to help. Also another question: Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD) vs. Auditory Processing Disorders (APD). I still can't quite understand it.